VH1 Confirms Breakup of 'I Love New York' Couple
VH1 Confirms Breakup of 'I Love New York' Couple
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Word on the street for several months now is that Tiffany Pollard, also known as New York, and George “Tailor Made” Weisgerber, season 2 winner on the reality dating series I Love New York, have put an end to their romantic relationship. Earlier this month, we reported that the two reality TV lovers broke things off with a fiasco that fits in quite perfectly with VH1 as the network got the whole squabble on tape.  While there are some fans that refuse to believe the swirling rumors, several media outlets continue to unearth the controversy.  This time, confirmation comes from the network, where it all began.

"They broke up during the filming of New York Goes to Hollywood," a VH1 representative told People.  "The whole drama went down with our cameras rolling and will play out for the audience."
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This may put an end to speculations about New York and Tailor Made's split, however, there are still some buzz surrounding the details of their breakup, including when they parted ways and who broke up with whom.

According to People's source, the couple actually split prior to filming for New York Goes to Hollywood and that it was Tailor Made who called things off with New York, a little over a month after he proposed marriage and she accepted during the I Love New York reunion show last December.

"When they began shooting, he played it up that they were still together even though they weren't," the source told People.  "They had an understanding because he has respect for Tiffany."

"When they first got back from L.A. after they filmed I Love New York 2, everything was great," the source added.  "In January, George had a serious discussion with Tiffany.  He had come to the conclusion that he couldn't handle the relationship anymore.  It was too distracting to his life, his career and his daughter.  He couldn't consistently be involved in that kind of drama."

In the meantime, fans can catch New York on her new show, New York Goes to Hollywood, which premieres on August 4 at 10pm ET/PT on VH1.


-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: People
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